Alexa’s Cafe owner endorses Ottersburg, Gorc and Lee | Letter

Hello all. I , Leigh Henderson owner of Alexa's Cafe on Main Street want to publicly endorse three candidates for our Bothell City Council race.

Hello all. I , Leigh Henderson owner of Alexa’s Cafe on Main Street want to publicly endorse three candidates for our Bothell City Council race. I have interviewed all six of them and I feel the best people for Bothell at this time, are people that have never been a part of a special interest group or have been on City Council. If you want to see what Bothell has started completed then please vote for Tim Ottersburg ,Roz Gorc and John Lee.

I have been an observing citizen for the past 25 years of our local politics and I believe these three people will be a fresh voice without hidden agendas.

Most important of all, vote. Your voice will be heard.

Leigh Henderson, Bothell

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